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Process Stories

Becoming a priest in the Church of England is not something that you just do. First you go through a rigorous discernment process, both for the church to find out whether you are indeed the right person for this calling and for yourself to find out and to clarify your calling to the priestly office. 448 more words


Holy Orders & The Priestess

As discussed previously in posts on this blog, the Sacred Tradition is as important and valid as scripture. The Bible itself is a product of Sacred Tradition, its books having been originally belonging to what is called “oral tradition”. 279 more words


If Jesus came again, he'd come here

Priest for Pike Place Market 

‘If Jesus came again, he’d come here’

by Don Duncan Times staff reporter
Originally published in The Seattle Times, Thursday, August 9, 1984… 762 more words


It's Complicated...

I met with a lady yesterday, Alison, a newly ordained Deacon in the Church of England. One of the things that were on my list of things to do was to find myself a ‘Spiritual Director’ or mentor.  426 more words


Upon This Rock

It has been a big week for women. On Monday, it was announced that the Church of England had voted in favour of female bishops, whilst yesterday’s cabinet reshuffle saw the addition of two key figures into senior roles, bringing the total number of women in the cabinet from three to five. 1,388 more words

"Church" of England Votes to "Ordain" Women "Bishops"

The so-called “Church of England” has voted overwhelmingly to “ordain” women “bishops”.  I cannot say I am unsurprised, and this vote only serves to confirm Leo XIII’s teaching that Anglican “orders” are  203 more words